The pulse of the British production music scene beats in the heart of London. Since its foundation in 1973 – back then under the name Boosey & Hawkes Recorded Music Library – Cavendish music has established itself as the biggest independent publisher of library music in the United Kingdom. Its tracks are produced by sound engineers who have worked for some of the biggest names in commercial music: Mark Ronson, The Rolling Stones, Pet Shop Boys, Gorillaz and more. The result are placements in international blockbusters, such as “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”, hit TV shows, such as “The Crown”, and in ads for everything from fast cars to fuzzy drinks.
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The Life between loss and hope. This is the balance act that Gregor F. Narholz dedicates his trilogy "Moments" to. In cooperation with the London Metropolitan Orchestra the recording sessions in the legendary Abbey Road Studios resulted in three albums: „Moments In Life“, „Loss And Hope“ and „Songs Of Hope“. On the 22 emotive compositions string sections and the piano of Simon Chamberlain create modern classical music with a Hollywood aesthetic. Synthesizers recorded at Narholz’ home in California turn every song into a modern and moving hybrid project.
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